Iris Louisiana ‘Ann Chowning’ Marginal pond plant.
Iris Louisiana ‘Ann Chowning’. Has red flowers with a flash of yellow at the base of the falls with long light green foliage. A beautiful plant for the shallow water areas around the edge of your pond and on shallow planting shelves. Good for visual and structural impact.
Iris’s are semi-aquatic plants often referred to as bog plants or marginal plants and and provide a colourful backdrop and good architectural structure. An iris makes a good addition to garden ponds, lakes, it can be grown alongside streams and even in a moist garden spot and bog garden’s.
- Grows to 99 cm ( 39 inches ) and has an average growth rate.
- Plant 0-15cm (0-6 in) of water above soil. It also happy in wet soil, and boggy well drained soil.
- Marginal pond plant (shallow water plant).
- Flowers between May and July.
- This iris likes full sun to partial shade.
- After flowering cut back.
- It may loose some of its foliage in the colder months. Brown or yellow leave can be removed after winter to promote the plants health but leave these on for winter.
- New growth will appear in late spring.
- We would recommend a slow release fertiliser for this iris.
- We would recommend a planting basket of at least 11cm across for one plant or, for more impact, plant several of the same variety in a larger basket.
- We ship all marginal water plants bare root, this means that we wash off all the soil off before packing the plants. During the summer months we may need to trim some of the foliage back for shipping.
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